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Venice's Giardini di Castello have been home to the exhibition pavilions of the International Art Biennale since 1895. This title brings out the potential that might be realised from the depth and richness of the place. It shows us the opportunities we have to admire beauty generated by genius in art and architecture.
In cinema suspense denotes unresolved conflict, an undecided out-come, the accumulation of vague and inexplicable anxiety. Thsi book deals with this topic.
Acquerello is the ultimate Carnaroli Extra rice, produced and packed by the Rondolino's family on the Colombara farm, in the heart of Vercelli province. This book tells the tale of people, machines, and factories connected by a history of passion passed trough faith in ideas, in innovation, and in domestic life.
Prisons are a reflection of society, a mirror of what is happening in a country. Each prison provided a way of narrating a continent from inside and out. In this book, the reflection of the violence and the vitality, contrast with each other in a single segment that is simply the story of South America.
Provides interviews of renowned international photographers. This book takes a dive into history through the images and the words of witnesses that have captured and lived some of the tragic and intense moments of our past.
The author achieved her early success as an artist known principally for still life painting. In these years she has expanded her repertoire to include photography and has made an entry into the field. Her work has primarily been directed at depicting striking and beautiful architectural monuments, or fragments thereof, in Europe and the US.
1989 was an epoch-making year. This title records the fall of the BerlinWall, Tiananmen Square, the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia and the Exxon Valdez disaster; in the world of entertainment, the success of Madonna and George Michael; and the release of the films "Batman", "Dead Poets Society" and "When Harry Met Sally".
Marco Delogu has always been interested in understanding the behavioural codes of different communities and has always sought visual and human depth. His work is principally focused on portraiture, with series ranging from Cardinals, Roman Statues and Gypsies to Jockeys, and Prison. This monograph documents his career from the 1980s onwards.
What is the future of America? Will the youth play the role everybody is expecting them to? This book presents a group of award-winning photographers who join together to take a fresh look at the youth of America.
The author began his career with the GAMMA agency following the Kosovo war in 1999. Since then he has covered many events: the second intifada, the conflict in Iraq, the capture of Mogadishu and the Lebanon War. In 2008, he started his Mexican project, So far from God, too close to America, a dive into the drug cartels war in Mexico.